This week’s guest on the Games People Play is one of just eight players in the history of the NHL to win the Stanley Cup, Art Ross and Hart trophies in the same season. He’s a three-time winner of the Lady Byng trophy, a five-time All-Star and an Olympic Gold Medalist. Join Bernie in welcoming Hockey Hall of Famer Martin St. Louis to the program as they discuss Martin’s early life as a Canadiens fan in Laval, Quebec, and the many challenges he faced as an undersized player. You’ll hear about the glory years at the University of Vermont, which were followed by a 16-year NHL career, beginning with a short stop in Calgary before a star-making 12-plus seasons in Tampa and ending with a memorable stint in New York with the Rangers. Plus: a special relationship with John Tortorella; an unforgettable Mother’s Day at MSG, and Martin’s thoughts on the Lightning’s chances to repeat as champions. Later, Bernie asks Martin to name his all-time favorite linemates and to shed some light on his current role as special teams consultant with the Columbus Blue Jackets.